The Van Allen Belts ARE the Tzolkin Harmonic and produce the Auroras all over the planet. Look at the colors! We call them the Psi Bank or the Mind of Earth which is TIME. That time manifests and creates DNA which creates gravity.
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On March 17, 2015, an interplanetary shock – a shockwave created by the driving force of a coronal mass ejection, or CME, from the sun – struck the outermost radiation belt, triggering the greatest geomagnetic storm of the preceding decade. NASA’s Van Allen Probes were there to watch it. One of the most common forms of space weather, a geomagnetic storm describes any event in which Earth’s magnetic environment – called the magnetosphere – is suddenly, temporarily disturbed. Such an event can also lead to change in the radiation belts surrounding Earth, but researchers have seldom been able to observe what happens within the first few minutes immediately following a shock.
On the day of the March 2015 geomagnetic storm, one of the Van Allen Probes was located at just the right spot within the radiation belts, providing unprecedentedly high-resolution data from a rarely witnessed phenomenon. A paper on these observations was published in the Journal of Geophysical Research on Aug. 15, 2016.
GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH (G3): Three and perhaps four CMEs are heading for Earth following a seriesofexplosions on the sun this week. Estimated time of arrival: Nov. 30th and Dec. 1st. The biggest of the CMEs, launched on Nov. 28th, could sweep up some of the earlier, lesser ones, forming a Cannibal CME capable of sparking strong G3-class geomagnetic storms with mid-latitude auroras. Aurora alerts:SMS Text
ALMOST-X CLASS SOLAR FLARE: Sunspot AR3500 erupted on Nov. 28th (1950 UT), producing an M9.8-class solar flare (only percentage points below category X). NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the blast:
A pulse of extreme ultraviolet radiation blacked out shortwave radio communications across the South Pacific Ocean and parts of the Americas: map. Mariners and ham radio operators may have noticed loss of signal at frequencies below ~20 MHz for as much as an hour after the flare.
Of greater interest is the CME. The explosion hurled one directly toward Earth. This SOHO coronagraph movie shows a halo cloud expanding in our direction faster than 800 km/s (1.8 million mph):
According to a NASA model, this CME will strike Earth midday (UT) on Dec. 1st. It might sweep up one of several slower CMEs ahead of it. If so, it could form a Cannibal CME capable of causing a strong G3-class geomagnetic storm. CME alerts:SMS Text
STARLINK MOON HALO: Another batch of 23 Starlink satellites soared into orbit onboard a Space X Falcon 9 rocket Monday night from Cape Canaveral. Just after liftoff, the rocket pierced a thin layer of icy clouds, setting the stage for this picture:
“The Starlink schedule has increased so much that that there is a launch every week from Cape Canaveral,” says photographer Dr. Gilbert Plumer of Rockledge, Florida, only 20 miles from the Cape. “Cirrus clouds made a halo around the full Moon, adding some beauty to the liftoff.”
Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. Automated software maintained by NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth’s atmosphere and many other characteristics. Daily results are presented here on Spaceweather.com.
On Nov 28, 2023, the network reported 9 fireballs. (8 sporadics, 1 Leonid)
In this diagram of the inner solar system, all of the fireball orbits intersect at a single point–Earth. The orbits are color-coded by velocity, from slow (red) to fast (blue). [Larger image] [movies]
SPACE WEATHER BALLOON DATA: Almost once a week, Spaceweather.com and the students of Earth to Sky Calculus fly space weather balloons to the stratosphere over California. These balloons are equipped with sensors that detect secondary cosmic rays, a form of radiation from space that can penetrate all the way down to Earth’s surface. Our monitoring program has been underway without interruption for 7 years, resulting in a unique dataset of in situ atmospheric measurements.
Latest results (July 2022): Atmospheric radiation is decreasing in 2022. Our latest measurements in July 2022 registered a 6-year low:
What’s going on? Ironically, the radiation drop is caused by increasing solar activity. Solar Cycle 25 has roared to life faster than forecasters expected. The sun’s strengthening and increasingly tangled magnetic field repels cosmic rays from deep space. In addition, solar coronal mass ejections (CMEs) sweep aside cosmic rays, causing sharp reductions called “Forbush Decreases.” The two effects blend together to bring daily radiation levels down.
.Who cares? Cosmic rays are a surprisingly “down to Earth” form of space weather. They can alter the chemistry of the atmosphere, trigger lightning, and penetrate commercial airplanes. According to a study from the Harvard T.H. Chan school of public health, crews of aircraft have higher rates of cancer than the general population. The researchers listed cosmic rays, irregular sleep habits, and chemical contaminants as leading risk factors. A number of controversial studies (#1, #2, #3, #4) go even further, linking cosmic rays with cardiac arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death.
Technical notes: The radiation sensors onboard our helium balloons detect X-rays and gamma-rays in the energy range 10 keV to 20 MeV. These energies span the range of medical X-ray machines and airport security scanners.
Data points in the graph labeled “Stratospheric Radiation” correspond to the peak of the Regener-Pfotzer maximum, which lies about 67,000 feet above central California. When cosmic rays crash into Earth’s atmosphere, they produce a spray of secondary particles that is most intense at the entrance to the stratosphere. Physicists Eric Regener and Georg Pfotzer discovered the maximum using balloons in the 1930s and it is what we are measuring today.
The Van Allen Belts are responsible for the amplitude and frequency found in the Schumann Resonance affecting ALL LIFE on earth. They say that right at the beginning. It is absolutely the case that these belts, activated by CME’s from the Sun, directly affect all DNA on earth. And I contend, ARE the Tzolkin Psi Bank and create the Auroras and control time and evolution on our sphere. Take a look at these with me.
I’m in the last stages of work on the Tones of Creation book. Then I might republish both on Amazon. It depends on if I get the follow through promised by someone 8 months ago without quid pro quo. Ah, politics and money.
The information from NASA, 10 years old is far, far, younger than the archeological evidence for the veracity of the Mayan Tribes or 20 amino acids seen on stone stellae as Mayan gods in the Yucatan. I find this information less straight forward as astronomy grows as a science.
A BIG SUNSPOT IS TURNING TOWARD EARTH: It’s 200,000 km wide, contains a dozen dark cores, and is crackling with M-class solar flares. Sunspot complex AR3490-91-92 is so big it takes 3 numbers to label it. The active region is turning toward Earth and will pose a threat for Earth-directed flares by mid-week. Solar flare alerts:SMS Text
SPACEX AURORAS: There’s a new phenomenon in the night sky: “SpaceX auroras.” They’re red, roughly spherical, and visible to the naked eye for as much as 10 minutes at a time. “We are seeing 2 to 5 of them each month,” reports Stephen Hummel of the McDonald Observatory in Texas, who photographed this example on Nov. 3rd:
Spoiler alert: They’re not auroras. The bright red balls are caused by SpaceX rockets burning their engines in the ionosphere.
The phenomenon is closely related to something we reported earlier this year. Falcon 9 rockets leaving Earth can “punch a hole in the ionosphere.” The ionosphere is a layer of ionized gas surrounding our planet; it is crucial to over-the-horizon shortwave radio communication and can affect the quality of GPS signals. Water-filled rocket exhaust can quench local ionization by as much as 70%, erasing the ionosphere along the rocket’s path. For reasons having to do with chemistry, ionospheric holes emit a red glow (630 nm).
“SpaceX auroras” are exactly the same–except instead of rockets going up, they are caused by rockets coming down. The second stage of the Falcon 9 rocket burns its engines in order to de-orbit and return to Earth, creating an ionospheric hole as it descends.
Right: The night launch of this Falcon 9 rocket on Nov. 3, 2023, produced a red glow over McDonald Observatory in Texas.
“We first noticed these SpaceX de-orbit burns over the McDonald Observatory in February 2023,” says Boston University space physicist Jeff Baumgarder, who has been studying ionospheric holes for more than 40 years. “The engine burns are only about 2 seconds long, just enough delta V to bring the second stage down over the south Atlantic Ocean. These burns happen ~90 minutes ( ~one orbital period) after launch. During the burn, the engine releases about 400lbs of exhaust gasses, mostly water and carbon dioxide. All this happens at ~300km altitude, near the peak of the ionosphere, so a significant hole is made.”
“The resulting ‘auroras’ can be very bright, easily visible with the naked eye and much brighter than Starlink satellites themselves, although only for a few seconds,” notes Hummel.
The question is, are SpaceX auroras good or bad? Hummel is the McDonald Observatory Dark Skies Sr. Outreach Program Coordinator, so naturally he’s concerned about the effect these events may have on observational astronomy.
“The frequency of these red clouds could increase as SpaceX targets more launches in the future,” says Hummel. “Their impact on astronomical science is still being evaluated. Starlink satellites are a known issue, but the effects of the rocket launches themselves are a growing area of attention.”
For Jeff Baumgarder, who has his own dedicated camera at McDonald, the events are a golden opportunity for research.
“The saying ‘one person’s signal is another person’s noise’ is appropriate here,” says Baumgardner. “We are delighted with the rocket burns. They give us an opportunity to explore how space traffic affects the ionosphere. The ionospheric density is different night to night, so we can learn something about the efficiency of the chemistry by observing many events.”
CO-ROTATING INTERACTION REGION: NOAA forecasters say that a co-rotating interaction region (CIR) could hit Earth later today. CIRs are shock-like transition zones between fast- and slow-moving streams of solar wind. Think of them as mini-CMEs. If this one arrives as predicted, Arctic sky watchers might witness an outburst of lights tonight. Aurora alerts:SMS Text.
‘DELTA SUNSPOT’ FACES EARTH: Sunspots are giant islands of magnetism floating on the surface of the sun. Usually their magnetic poles are well separated, plus (+) and minus (-) far apart. However, there is a sunspot now facing Earth with multiple poles mixed up and jostling together:
This magnetic map from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory shows the magnetic architecture of sunspot AR3460. It has many magnetic poles with + and – pressed together in close proximity. This could lead to magnetic reconnection and a strong, Earth-directed solar flare.Solar flare alerts:SMS Text
CRYOVOLCANIC COMET 12P: Some people look at this week’s outburst of cryovolcanic comet 12P/Pons-Brooks and see the Millennium Falcon. Bill Williams of Florida’s Chiefland Astro Village sees a different spaceship. “The Romulan Warbird flies again!” he says. The classic Star Trek vessel is inset in this picture Williams took on Oct 9th:
“It is fascinating to see Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks ‘come alive’ again, sporting peculiar horns and symmetrical knots around the comet coma,” he says.
This is the second time in 2023 that Comet 12P has erupted and–bafflingly–produced a spaceship-like silhouette. The first time in July was nearly identical. According to Richard Miles of the British Astronomical Association, “the two ‘horns’ may be caused by a peculiarly-shaped cryovolcanic vent with some sort of blockage causing material to be expelled with a weird flow pattern.”
This comet could cause a sensation next year. It is falling toward the sun and expected to become a naked-eye object only a few days before the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. Sky watchers in the path of totality could look up and see a spaceship-shaped outburst for themselves.
VAN GOGH WAVES IN THE MAGNETOSPHERE: When Vincent van Gogh painted “The Starry Night” in 1889, little did he know he was working at the forefront of 21st century astrophysics. A paper recently published in Nature Communications reveals that the same kind of waves pictured in the famous painting can cause geomagnetic storms on Earth.
Above: Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’, which he painted in 1889: more
Physicists call them “Kelvin Helmholtz waves.” They ripple into existence when streams of gas flow past each other at different velocities. Van Gogh saw them in high clouds outside the window of his asylum in Saint-Rémy, France. They also form in space where the solar wind flows around Earth’s magnetic field.
“We have found Kelvin-Helmholtz waves rippling down the flanks of Earth’s magnetosphere,” says Shiva Kavosi of Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, lead author of the Nature paper. “NASA spacecraft are surfing the waves, and directly measuring their properties.”
This was first suspected in the 1950s by theoreticians who made mathematical models of solar wind hitting Earth’s magnetic field. However, until recently it was just an idea; there was no proof the waves existed. When Kavosi’s team looked at data collected by NASA’s THEMIS and MMS spacecraft since 2007, they saw clear evidence of Kelvin Helmholtz instabilities.
“The waves are huge,” says Kavosi. “They are 2 to 6 Earth radii in wavelength and as much as 4 Earth radii in amplitude.”
This computer model shows van Gogh waves moving down the flank of Earth’s magnetosphere. Credit: Shiva Kasovi. [full-sized animation]
Imagine a wave taller than Earth curling over and breaking. That’s exactly what happens. Kelvin-Helmholtz waves naturally break onto Earth’s magnetic field, propelling energetic particles deep into the magnetosphere. This revs up Earth’s radiation belts, triggering geomagnetic storms and auroras.
A key finding of Kavosi’s paper is that the waves prefer equinoxes. They appear 3 times more frequently around the start of spring and fall than summer and winter. Researchers have long known that geomagnetic activity is highest around equinoxes. Kelvin-Helmholtz wave activity could be one reason why.
Our planet’s seasonal dependence of geomagnetic activity has always been a bit of a puzzle. After all, the sun doesn’t know when it’s autumn on Earth. (Insult and indolence toward the sentience of the sun) One idea holds that, around the time of the equinoxes, Earth’s magnetic field links to the sun’s because of the tilt of Earth’s magnetic poles. This is called the Russell-McPherron effect after the researchers who first described it in 1973. Kavosi’s research shows that Kelvin-Helmholtz waves might be important, too.
We just passed the autumnal.equinox. Earth’s time cycles are set by the Psi Bank Harmonic for our evolution.
Northern autumn has just begun, which means Kelvin Helmholtz waves are rippling around our planet, stirring up “Starry Night” auroras. Happy autumn!
GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH (G1): A geomagnetic storm watch is in effect for Sept 26th when another CME is expected to hit Earth’s magnetic field. NOAA forecasters expect it to be a glancing blow producing only a minor G1-class storm. Aurora alerts:SMS Text
RARE RED AURORAS: As predicted, a CME hit Earth’s magnetic field on Sept. 24th (2043 UT). The impact was much stronger than expected. Magnetometer needles in Canada jerked by as much as 129 nT, and a G2-class geomagnetic storm began almost immediately after the CME arrived. Observers in Europe saw rare red auroras as far south as France:
“What a wonderful red aurora we had last night night in France!” says photographer Nicolas Drouhin of Burgundy. “It did not last long (about 5 minutes), but it was intense, even to the naked eye!”
Naked-eye sightings of red auroras are unusual because human eyes are notoriously insensitive to the 6300 Å wavelength of their red light. Yet multiple observers in, e.g., Scotland and Iceland confirmed that they saw the scarlet glow. Some displays were stunningly red:
“These were some of the reddest auroras I’ve ever seen,” says photographer Chris Walker of the Mull of Galloway, Scotland.
Red auroras persisted as night fell over North America. However, exceptin Alaska they were not naked-eye; the storm was ebbing. The farthest south they were photographed was Curtis, Nebraska, at latitude +40.6N.
What makes red auroras rare? Partly it’s just that we have trouble seeing them, so they go unreported by sky watchers. Mainly, though, it’s because they are the most delicate auroras. Red auroras come from atomic oxygen near the top of Earth’s atmosphere. Oxygen atoms excited by solar wind or a CME spit out their red photons very slowly. The radiative lifetime of the transition is 110 seconds–an eternity in the quantum realm. The atoms must remain undisturbed that long to produce their eerie red light.
The substorms from the Sun hitting the Psi Bank need to be researched, which I am doing. They are the precursor to earth weather, according to NASA, which Jose Arguelles purported to be connected to IChing geomancy controlling the grid of earth. Those substorms create auroras according to NASA.
Again, the Mayan teaching is the auroras are the Tzolkin Harmonic of time. The aurora colors are the Mayan color spectrum.
If the sun, earth, DNA, and the planets in our local system are sentient, then so is the energy around it; the magnetosphere and the substorms. ?🤷♀️
Sentient means it has mind. If the magnetosphere and substorms PROTECT earth, that IS sentient. Protection isn’t an accident. Anything in the life systems that is protective happens on purpose. A decision was made. It can’t be an accident or just a coincidence. It’s synchronicity.
NASA says the substorms protect us and allow us to be here to do whatever it is we feel we need to do. They get that we are an evolving sphere of learning and love. ❤️
I could listen to this all day. It sounds like water, Red Moon Tribe, Universal Feelings which is the start codon of the DNA sequence in HF33, Red 12 Crystal Moon. Water is Hydrogen and Oxygen. The Sun is made of mostly Hydrogen and Helium. The short of it is, it is the evolution of FEELINGS that has made us more human. Those feelings can swing many ways as we know but we are lifting them from the limbic serpent brain into the top brain neo cortex.
It might be a synchronicity that Q is the letter symbol representing Glutamine, a most fundamental amino acid protein that makes our bodies. The Maya called it Ben or Reed. We call it Red Skywalker.
The Q-factor is commonly defined as the ratio of the accumulated field power to the power lost in the oscillation period. The Q-factors for Schumann resonances are ~5 and provide estimates of wave propagation conditions in the cavity.
It’s a dimensionless parameter that indicates the energy loss of a system as it oscillates at its resonant frequency. The higher the Q factor, the less energy is lost, and the more stable and efficient the system becomes.
What is field power? The amplitude level of sound
What is the oscillation period? The amount of time and level that the hertz level of sound is moving. Schumann resonances are the principal background in the part of the electromagnetic spectrum from 3 Hz through 60 Hz, and appear as distinct peaks at extremely low frequencies (ELF) around 7.83 Hz (fundamental), 14.3, 20.8, 27.3, and 33.8 Hz.
Wave propagation is the space between the surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere that acts as a closed, although variable-sized wave guide.
The cavity is where the wave propagation happens between the surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere around the earth.